Monthly Archives: January 2019

Buy Canada trade comes roaring back as oil, Fed ignite rally

Link: Buy Canada trade comes roaring back as oil, Fed ignite rally Canadian investors are finding themselves in an unusual position — outperforming their U.S. counterparts across all three main asset classes as conciliatory central banks reignite risk in global

China & Russia Could Disrupt Critical US Infrastructure

Link: China and Russia could disrupt critical national infrastructure in the US, says intelligence report Both China and Russia are capable of launching cyberattacks that could bring down electricity networks or hospitals, according to the latest annual US Worldwide Threat

EU Risks Pushing Venezuela Towards Civil War

Link: The Parliament has recognised Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela and has called on EU Governments and Institutions to do the same until new free and transparent elections are called. The resolution was approved with the votes

Toxic Air Closes Schools In Thailand

Link: Bangkok shuts hundreds of schools as some of world’s most toxic air shrouds city (Bloomberg) — Thai officials shut hundreds of schools in Bangkok on Wednesday as some of the world’s most toxic air hung over the city. The

Polar Vortex Brings Frigid Weather To Much Of Canada

Polar Vortex Brings Frigid Weather To Much Of Canada Newslinks: Global News – Extreme cold has gripped much of Canada thanks to a hovering polar vortex. READ MORE: Canada’s wild weather: Flowers are blooming in the west and snow is

NHL Rumors: Panarin, Martinook, Matthews, More

LINK: The Hockey Writers In today’s rumor rundown there is potentially bad news out of Columbus when it comes to Artemi Panarin. Meanwhile, the Winnipeg Jets know what they want out of the trade deadline, the Carolina Hurricanes are close

Market Watch: Stocks rally as the Fed keeps rates unchanged

U.S. stocks rallied Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reclaiming the 25,000 level for the first time in over a month, after getting a double dose of boost from the Federal Reserve’s unanimous decision to stand pat on interest

Pop star says migrants tried to sneak across border on her tour bus

A pair of migrants tried to sneak into the UK on an Australian pop singer’s tour bus, the star said. “SCARY. We just found two people hiding in our tour bus, in the luggage carrier, trying to sneak across the

United States Government Delays NAFTA Ratification

U.S. government shutdown delays ratification of the new NAFTA. Launches is a internet news sharing links page. This logo was free internet clip art.